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Transcend Intros DDR3 Kits for Intel Core i7 CPUs

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    Transcend has introduced DDR3-1333 memory for Intel Core i7 processors and Intel X58 based motherboards in India. These kits are available in 3GB (1GBx3) and 6GB (2GBx3) capacity configurations for Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 8,000, respectively.

    The DDR3 memory, running at 1333MHz, will leverage on Intel Core i7's integrated memory controller and promise to offer memory bandwidth of up to 32GB/sec. These kits are optimized for 1.5V and have enhanced latency (9-9-9-24) for optimal performance.

    Transcend has manufactured these DDR3-1333 memories using small Fine-Pitch Ball Grid Arry (FBGA) packages for better heat dissipation, reliability and electrical efficiency.

    The DDR3-1333 memory kits come with a 3-year warranty.
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    all those ppl going 4 corei7, make sure that ur ram voltage is BELOW 1.65 V, else u will fry ur brad new corei7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajan1311 View Post
    all those ppl going 4 corei7, make sure that ur ram voltage is BELOW 1.65 V, else u will fry ur brad new corei7.
    sure.
    but the above one has only 1.5 v. so its safe.

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